“Stone of Prosperity”

Pyrite, commonly referred to as, ‘Fool’s Gold’,  is one of the most popular crystals known to enhance prosperity and luck all while attracting abundance.

Pyrite grounds us to the earth where it helps bring our focus back to our center.

Pyrite helps to obtain financial gain, which makes its energy most beneficial to college students and young adults looking to start their personal venture into the world of money/finances.

Pyrite helps in replacing bad habits, including addiction, with new positive habits beneficial to ones future success. 


Energy Vibration: 3



  • Power
  • Protection
  • Grounding


  • Deflects Negativity
  • Guards Against Negative Energy
  • Transmutes Negative Into Positive



  • Wealth
  • Will Power
  • Prosperity
  • Commitment
  • Persistence
  • Creativity
  • Motivation
  • Ambition
  • Vitality
  • Mental Clarity
  • Communication
  • Self-Expression
  • Abundance
  • Good Luck



  • Wonderful energy shield
  • Fortifies and strengthens the mind
  • Enhances one’s will power
  • Attracts wealth and prosperity
  • Energizes the area it is placed
  • Brings awareness of higher knowledge
  • Promotes good health and emotional well-being
  • Grounds higher frequencies into the physical world
  • Encourages one to follow through with their dreams
  • Balances one’s energetic field
  • Great for those in convalescence
  • Excellent for grid work and rituals
  • Blocks energy leakage and mends Auric tears
  • Helps to overcome inertia and feelings of inadequacy
  • Encourages one to socialize more openly
  • Remedy for dark thoughts of despair and depression
  • Encourages us to overcome the fear of success



  • Auric Field
  • Inertia
  • Physical Infections
  • Purifies The Blood
  • Depression

2 Comments Add yours

  1. Mystical Moon Rising says:

    Note From A Geology College Student: Never place Pyrite in water. It will create sulfuric acid.

  2. Mitsi Ito says:

    I just discovered your wonderful site! Maybe you could clarify something for me: what are the differences between pyrite and marcasite? I’ve only seen them differentiated once. Could you add marcasite?



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